There are several ways to restore your backup to a different computer:
- Restore your backup to a shared folder on a networked PC. To do it, simply specify the remote folder as a destination of a restore task. Before you run it, make sure that you have the privileges to write new files in that folder.
- Grant the second computer network access to the folder that contains your backup and Handy Backup index file. Install Handy Backup on that computer. Create a new restore task which will use the backup on the first computer as a source of data (i.e. select index file in a networked folder). By default, the destination folder will have the same path as it was on the original computer. If you want to restore data to a different folder, specify it on Step 3 of restore task creation. For more detailed instruction, refer to Restoring Data in the User Manual.
- Use Handy Backup Server Network - an enterprise backup software of Handy Backup which is designed to manage backups in a corporate network. To restore a backup to a network workstation, this workstation must have client software (Backup Network Workstation) installed on it. To learn more, please refer to Network Editions in the User Manual.
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